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Sami Nasri reveals Manchester City stars could be sacked with European failure

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Nasri admission

Samir Nasri has admitted that he and his Manchester City teammates must improve in the Champions League or potentially face the axe.

City realistically have to beat Bayern Munich tomorrow night if they are to have any hope of qualifying for the latter rounds, and Nasri confirmed that if they fail the club could hold a fire-sale and recruit new faces at the end of the season.

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Super-fight edges closer

The super-fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao could finally be set to happen, not once but twice. Reports claim that Mayweather wants to include a rematch clause in any contract, which will allow him to fight Pacquiao a second time if he loses what will certainly be the most-watched fight in history.

Hamilton's new deal

Newly crowned Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton is close to signing a new contract with Mercedes on the back of his classy season-finale win in Abu Dhabi. It’s said negotiations that will see him pen a two-year deal, with an option for a third, are in the advanced stages, with the driver describing it as a formality.

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